Tuesday, March 31, 2020

The Top Songs of All Time – Part 2

First posted 3/31/2020.

Dave’s Music Database – Songs:

The Top 2%

Of all the lists generated by Dave’s Music Database, the granddaddy is the list of the top songs of all time. At one time, it was a list of 1000 songs, but it has now been expanded so that there is a list of the top 1% of all songs in Dave’s Music Database (over 103,000 songs). That list has been created by aggregating hundreds of best-of song lists alongside chart figures, radio and video airplay, sales data, and various honors and awards.

To call either list “the top songs of all time” is a bit of a misnomer. It is really a list of the top songs in the history of recorded music: from 1890 to the present. Still, that’s a much wider swath than most supposedly “best of all time” lists cover.

At one time, that list also included honorable mentions, which were songs formerly in the top 1000. Since the honorable mentions list grew to more than 500 songs, the logical conclusion was to create a part 2 for the top songs of all time. Hence, this list – the songs which fall in the top 2% of all songs in Dave’s Music Database.

Like the 1% list, songs are listed in chronological order; dates in parentheses are for the song’s first chart appearance unless noted otherwise. Click on a song title to see its DMDB page with more details such as general information about the song, videos, lyrics, links to buy songs, chart stats, sales figures, and awards.

Note: this was originally a top 1000 list, but has been expanded to represent the top 1% of songs (now more than 103,000) in Dave’s Music Database.

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1890-1899

  • “The Laughing Song” George Washington Johnson (4/4/1891)
  • “Turkey in the Straw” Billy Golden (10/17/1891)
  • “Ta-Ra-Ra Boom-De-Ay” Len Spencer (1/30/1892)
  • “Oh Promise Me” George J. Gaskin (3/4/1893)
  • “The Sidewalks of New York” Dan Quinn (2/8/1895)
  • “A Hot Time in the Old Town” Len Spencer (1/23/1897)
  • “Sweet Rosie O’Grady” George J. Gaskin (4/10/1897)
  • “My Old Kentucky Home” Edison Male Quartet (1/22/1898)
  • “My Old New Hampshire Home” George J. Gaskin (12/3/1898)
  • “Hello Ma Baby” Arthur Collins (4/15/1899)
  • “I’d Leave My Happy Home for You” Arthur Collins (12/2/1899)

1900-1909

1900

  • “When You Were Sweet Sixteen” Jere Mahoney (3/3/1900)
  • “When Chloe Sings a Song” George J. Gaskin (3/10/1900)
  • “A Bird in a Gilded Cage” Jere Mahoney (4/14/1900)
  • “Ma Tiger Lily” Arthur Collins (8/4/1900)
  • “A Coon Band Contest” Vess Ossman (9/22/1900)
  • “I Can’t Tell You Why I Love You, But I Do” Harry MacDonough (11/10/1900)

1901

  • “The Tale of a Bumble Bee” Harry MacDonough (10/5/1901)
  • “Absence Makes the Heart Grow Fonder” Harry MacDonough (10/12/1901)
  • “Any Old Place I Hang My Hat Is ‘Home Sweet Home’” Will Denny (12/14/1901)

1902

  • “Good Morning, Carrie” Bert Williams with George Walker (1/4/1902)
  • “Way Down in Old Indiana” J.W. Myers (5/17/1902)
  • “The Mansion of Aching Hearts” Harry MacDonough (9/13/1902)
  • In the Good Old Summertime” William Redmond (10/11/1902)
  • In the Good Old Summertime” J.W. Myers (10/25/1902)

1903

  • “Come Down, Ma Evening Star” Mina Hickman (1/17/1903)
  • In the Good Old Summertime” Harry MacDonough (1/24/1903)
  • In the Good Old Summertime” Sousa’s Band with Harry MacDonough & S.H. Dudley (3/28/1903)
  • “In the Sweet Bye and Bye” Harry MacDonough with John Bieling (4/25/1903)
  • “Hurrah for Baffin’s Bay” Arthur Collins & Byron Harlan (4/25/1903)
  • “Goodbye Eliza Jane” Arthur Collins (10/31/1903)
  • “Dear Old Girl” J.W. Myers (11/14/1903)
  • “Always in the Way” Byron Harlan (11/14/1903)
  • “Any Rags?” Arthur Collins (12/5/1903)
  • “Mighty Like a Rose (aka "Mighty Lak a Rose")” George Alexander (12/19/1903)

1904

1905

  • “Come Take a Trip in My Airship” Billy Murray (1/4/1905)
  • “Dearie” Corrine Morgan with Haydn Quartet (8/26/1905)
  • The Old Folks at Home (Swanee River)” Louise Homer (10/28/1905)
  • “Where the Morning Glories Twine Around the Door” Byron Harlan (11/11/1905)
  • “Everybody Works But Father” Billy Murray (12/23/1905)

1906

  • “How’d You Like to Spoon with Me?” Corrine Morgan with Haydn Quartet (1/6/1906)
  • “Daddy’s Little Girl” Byron Harlan (3/17/1906)
  • “So Long Mary” Corrine Morgan (4/14/1906)
  • “Waiting at the Church (My Wife Won’t Let Me)” Ada Jones (8/11/1906)
  • You’re a Grand Old Flag (aka “The Grand Old Rag”)” Arthur Pryor’s Band (8/25/1906)
  • “The Good Old U.S.A” Byron Harlan (9/15/1906)
  • “Camp Meetin’ Time” Arthur Collins & Byron Harlan (12/29/1906)

1907

  • “He’s a Cousin of Mine” Bert Williams (1/19/1907)
  • “I Just Can’t Make My Eyes Behave” Ada Jones (4/6/1907)
  • “Because You’re You” Harry MacDonough with Elise Stevenson (4/20/1907)
  • “Maple Leaf Rag” Vess Ossman (7/7/1907)
  • “Nobody’s Little Girl” Byron Harlan (7/20/1907)
  • “My Wild Irish Rose” Haydn Quartet with Harry MacDonough (8/3/1907)
  • “Red Wing (An Indian Fable)” Frank Stanley & Henry Burr (9/7/1907)
  • “I Love a Lassie (My Scotch Bluebell)” Harry Lauder (11/9/1907)
  • “Let’s Take an Old-Fashioned Walk” Ada Jones & Billy Murray (11/9/1907)

1908

  • “Under Any Old Flag at All” Billy Murray (2/1/1908)
  • “As Long As the World Rolls On” Alan Turner (2/8/1908)
  • “The Glow-Worm” Lucy Isabelle Marsh (6/2/1908)
  • “Are You Sincere?” Elise Stevenson (7/11/1908)
  • “When We Are M-A-R-R-I-E-D” Ada Jones & Billy Murray (8/1/1908)
  • Take Me Out to the Ball Game” Edward Meeker (10/17/1908)
  • Take Me Out to the Ball Game” Harvey Hindermeyer (11/21/1908)

1909

  • “Good Evening, Caroline” Frank Stanley & Elise Stevenson (1/2/1909)
  • “The Right Church But the Wrong Pew” Arthur Collins with Byron Harlan (2/6/1909)
  • Shine on, Harvest Moon” Ada Jones & Billy Murray (5/15/1909)
  • “To the End of the World with You” Henry Burr (5/22/1909)
  • “The Yama Yama Man” Ada Jones & the Victor Light Orchestra Co. (7/31/1909)
  • “I’ve Got Rings on My Fingers” Ada Jones (11/6/1909)

1910-1919

1910

  • “Carrie (Carrie Marry Harry)” Billy Murray (1/15/1910)
  • “Has Anybody Here Seen Kelly?” Nora Bayes (5/14/1910)
  • “Every Little Movement” Harry MacDonough & Lucy Isabelle Marsh (9/3/1910)
  • “Call Me Up Some Rainy Afternoon” Ada Jones & American Quartet (9/3/1910)

1911

  • “Under the Yum Yum Tree” Arthur Collins & Byron Harlan (2/4/1911)
  • “Mother Machree” John McCormack (2/11/1911)
  • Let Me Call You Sweetheart” Arthur Clough (5/6/1911)
  • “A Perfect Day” Cecil Fanning (9/16/1911)
  • “I Want a Girl Just Like the Girl That Married Dear Old Dad” Peerless Quartet (9/23/1911)
  • Down by the Old Mill Stream” Arthur Clough & Brunswick Quartet (10/28/1911)
  • Alexander’s Ragtime Band” Billy Murray (11/11/1911)

1912

  • Alexander’s Ragtime Band” Victor Military Band (1/13/1912)
  • “Everybody’s Doing It Now” Arthur Collins & Byron Harlan (2/3/1912)
  • “That Haunting Melody” Al Jolson (3/16/1912)
  • Alexander’s Ragtime Band” Prince’s Orchestra (4/13/1912)
  • “When I Was Twenty-One and You Were Sweet Sixteen” Henry Burr & Albert Campbell (511/1912)
  • “Love Is Mine” Enrico Caruso (5/18/1912)
  • “Ragging the Baby to Sleep” Al Jolson & Walter B. Rogers Orchestra (7/6/1912)
  • “"Everybody Two-Step” American Quartet (11/8/1912)
  • “Till the Sands of the Desert Grow Old” Alan Turner (12/14/1912)

1913

  • “Row Row Row!” Ada Jones (1/4/1913)
  • “Sympathy” Walter Van Brunt & Helen Clark (3/22/1913)
  • “The Spaniard That Blighted My Life” Al Jolson (5/24/1913)
  • “The Trail of the Lonesome Pine” Henry Burr & Albert Campbell (6/21/1913)
  • “Last Night Was the End of the World” Henry Burr (8/16/1913)
  • “There’s a Girl in the Heart of Maryland with a Heart That Belongs to Me” Charles Harrison (11/8/1913)
  • Peg O’ My Heart” Charles Harrison (11/8/1913)

1914

  • “I’m on My Way to Mandalay” Henry Burr with Albert Campbell (2/14/1914)
  • “Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm” American Quartet (3/21/1914)
  • “I Love the Ladies” Arthur Collins & Byron Harlan (5/16/1914)
  • “The Song That Stole My Heart Away” Henry Burr (5/16/1914)
  • “If I Had My Way” Peerless Quartet (5/23/1914)
  • “Cohen on the Telephone” Joe Hayman (8/8/1914)
  • “The Memphis Blues” Prince’s Orchestra (11/7/1914)
  • It’s a Long, Long Way to Tipperary” American Quartet (11/28/1914)
  • “When You Wore a Tulip and I Wore a Big Red Rose” American Quartet (12/26/1914)

1915

  • “Chinatown, My Chinatown” American Quartet (2/20/1915)
  • “I Didn’t Raise My Boy to Be a Soldier” Morton Harvey (4/3/1915)
  • The Old Folks at Home (Swanee River)” Alma Gluck & Efrem Zimbalist (6/19/1915)
  • “Home Sweet Home” Alice Nielsen (7/3/1915)
  • “Hello Frisco!” Olive Kline (as Alice Green) & Edward Hamilton (9/8/1915)
  • “Close to My Heart” Henry Burr & Albert Campbell (9/25/1915)
  • “There’s a Long, Long Trail” James Harrison & James Reed (12/18/1915)

1916

  • “Somewhere a Voice Is Calling” John McCormack (1/22/1916)
  • The Old Folks at Home (Swanee River)” Taylor Trio (3/11/1916)
  • “Hello Hawaii, How Are You?” Prince’s Orcestra (4/8/1916)
  • “Listen to the Mocking Bird (aka ‘The Mocking Bird’)” Alma Gluck (5/27/1916)
  • “There’s a Quaker Down in Quaker Town” Henry Burr & Albert Campbell (7/22/1916)
  • “If I Knock the ‘L’ Out of Kelly, It Would Still Be Kelly to Me” Marguerite Farrell (9/23/1916)
  • “Ireland Must Be Heaven for My Mother Came from There” Charles Harrison (10/21/1916)
  • “Oh How She Could Yacki Hacki Wicki Wachi Woo (That's Love in Honolulu)” Arthur Collins & Byron Harlan (10/21/1916)
  • “Turn Back the Universe and Give Me Yesterday” Orpheus Quartet (11/11/1916)
  • “The Sunshine of Your Smile” John McCormack (12/23/1916)

1917

  • “My Own Iona” Horace Wright & Rene Dietrich (1/6/1917)
  • For Me and My Gal” Van & Schenck (5/26/1917)
  • “Livery Stable Blues” Original Dixieland Jazz Band (6/2/1917)
  • “Indiana” Conway’s Band (9/22/1917)
  • Over There” Peerless Quarter (10/13/1917)
  • Darktown Strutters’ Ball” Original Dixieland Jazz Band (10/13/1917)
  • “Send Me Away with a Smile” John McCormack (12/22/1917)

1918

  • “I Don’t Know Where I’m Going But I’m on My Way” Peerless Quartet (1/5/1918)
  • “The Battle Hymn of the Republic” Charles Harrison & the Columbia Stellar Quartet (2/9/1918)
  • “I’m All Bound Round with the Mason Dixon Line” Al Jolson & Charles Prince’s Orchestra (3/23/1918)
  • “Roses of Picardy” Lambert Murphy (5/25/1918)
  • “K-K-K-Katy (The Stammering Song)” Billy Murray (6/1/1918)
  • “I’m Sorry I Made You Cry” Henry Burr (6/15/1918)
  • “Hello Central, Give Me No Man’s Land” Al Jolson & Charles Prince’s Orchestra (7/13/1918)
  • “Smiles” Joseph C. Smith with Harry MacDonough (8/10/1918)
  • “The Daughter of Rosie O’Grady” Lewis James (as Robert Lewis) (9/14/1918)
  • Over There” Enrico Caruso (10/19/1918)

1919

  • The Old Folks at Home (Swanee River)” Oscar Seagle & Columbia Stellar Quartet (2/8/1919)
  • Till We Meet Again” Charles Hart & Lewis James (2/22/1919)
  • “Ja Da (Ja Da, Ja Da, Jing Jing Jing)” Arthur Fields (3/8/1919)
  • Till We Meet Again” Nicholas Orlando’s Orchestra with Harry MacDonough & Charles Hart (3/22/1919)
  • “Beautiful Ohio” Waldorf-Astoria Dance Orchestra (4/5/1919)
  • “Madelon (I’ll Be True to the Whole Regiment)” Victor Military Band & Marcel Journet (4/26/1919)
  • “A Good Man Is Hard to Find” Marion Harris (5/3/1919)
  • “I’m Forever Blowing Bubbles” Henry Burr & Albert Campbell (5/17/1919)
  • “I’ll Say She Does” Al Jolson (8/9/1919)
  • “It’s Nobody’s Business But My Own” Bert Williams (9/13/1919)
  • “Mandy” Van & Schenck (12/6/1919)

1920-1929

1920

  • “Let the Rest of the World Go By” Elizabeth Spencer & Charles Hart (2/28/1920)
  • “Alice Blue Gown” Edith Day (4/17/1920)
  • “I’ll See You in C-U-B-A” Billy Murray (5/29/1920)
  • “Rose of Washington Square” Kentucky Serenaders (6/19/1920)
  • “Hold Me” Art Hickman (6/19/1920)
  • “The Love Nest” John Steel (8/21/1920)
  • St. Louis Blues” Marion Harris (8/28/1920)
  • “Tell Me Little Gypsy” Art Hickman (10/23/1920)
  • “Avalon” Al Jolson & Charles Prince’s Orchestra (11/27/1920)

1921

  • “Anchors Aweigh” U.S. Naval Academy Band (2/26/1921)
  • “I Ain’t Got Nobody” Marion Harris (6/4/1921)
  • “Make Believe” Nora Bayes (6/11/1921)
  • “Cherie” Paul Whiteman (7/16/1921)
  • “Song of India” Paul Whiteman (8/27/1921)
  • “Tuck Me to Sleep in My Old ‘Tucky Home” Vernon Dalhart (12/10/1921)

1922

  • “Angel Child” Al Jolson & Charles Prince’s Orchestra (5/6/1922)
  • “On the Alamo” Isham Jones (5/20/1922)
  • “Do It Again” Paul Whiteman (6/3/1922)
  • “Hot Lips (He’s Got Hot Lips When He Plays Jazz)” Paul Whiteman & His Orchestra (9/2/1922)
  • “The World Is Waiting for the Sunrise” Isham Jones (11/11/1922)
  • “I’ll Build a Stairway to Paradise” (12/9/1922)
  • “Way Down Yonder in New Orleans” Peerless Quartet (12/16/1922)

1923

  • “Crinoline Days” Paul Whiteman (3/17/1923)
  • “Love Sends a Little Gift of Roses” Carl Fenton (4/21/1923)
  • “Dreamy Melody” Art Landry (5/26/1923)
  • “Bambalina” Paul Whiteman (6/2/1923)
  • “Barney Google” Ernest Hare & Billy Jones (7/21/1923)
  • St. Louis Blues” W.C. Handy (11/24/1923)
  • “Sleep” Fred Waring (12/29/1923)

1924

  • “Linger Awhile” Paul Whiteman & His Orchestra (2/16/1924)
  • “Nobody’s Sweetheart” Isham Jones (6/7/1924)
  • “Memory Lane” Fred Waring & Tom Waring (8/2/1924)
  • “Hard-Hearted Hannah, the Vamp of Savannah” Dolly Kay (10/4/1924)
  • “Hinky Dinky Parlay Voo (Mademoiselle from Armentieres)” Ernest Hare & Billy Jones (10/13/1924)
  • “I Wonder What’s Become of Sally?” Al Jolson (10/18/1924)
  • “I Want to Be Happy” Vincent Lopez (12/13/1924)

1925

  • “All Alone” Paul Whiteman (1/17/1925)
  • “Everybody Loves My Baby” Aileen Stanley (2/7/1925)
  • “Oh, Lady Be Good” Paul Whiteman (4/4/1925)
  • “Fascinating Rhythm” Cliff Edwards (4/11/1925)
  • “O Katharina!” Ted Lewis (4/25/1925)
  • “Alabamy Bound” Blossom Seeley (5/16/1925)
  • “Moonlight and Roses” John McCormack (8/29/1925)
  • “Oh How I Miss You Tonight” Ben Selvin & the Cavaliers (9/19/1925)
  • “Remember” Isham Jones (12/12/1925)

1926

  • “Sleepy Time Gal” Ben Bernie/ Arthur Fields (2/20/1926)
  • “Show Me the Way to Go Home” Vincent Lopez (2/20/1926)
  • Always” Vincent Lopez (5/8/1926)
  • “Gimme a Little Kiss (Will Ya? Huh?)” “Whispering” Jack Smith (6/26/1926)
  • “Breezin’ Along with the Breeze” Johnny Marvin (10/9/1926)
  • “The Blue Room” The Revelers (10/9/1926)
  • “Black Bottom” Johnny Hamp & the Kentucky Serenaders (12/4/1926)

1927

  • “In a Little Spanish Town (T’was on a Night Like This)” Paul Whiteman with Jack Fulton (1/1/1927)
  • “Tonight You Belong to Me” Gene Austin & Nat Shilkret’s Orchestra (2/26/1927)
  • “I Know That You Know” Nat Shilkret (4/23/1927)
  • “At Sundown When Love Is Calling Me Home” George Olsen with Bob Borger, Fran Frey, & Bob Rice (5/14/1927)
  • “Two Black Crows – Parts 1 & 2 (The Early Bird Catches the Worm)” Moran & Mack (6/25/1927)
  • “Sometimes I’m Happy Roger Wolfe Kahn (7/9/1927)
  • “Russian Lullaby” Roger Wolfe Kahn & Henry Garden (7/16/1927)
  • “I Ain’t Got Nobody” Sophie Tucker (9/3/1927)
  • My Blue Heaven” Paul Whiteman (10/15/1927)
  • “The Best Things in Life Are Free” George Olsen with Bob Borger (10/29/1927)
  • Stardust” Hoagy Carmichael & His Pals (10/31/1927)
  • “Varsity Drag” George Olsen (11/5/1927)
  • “Ida! Sweet As Apple Cider” Red Nichols (11/12/1927)

1928

  • “In a Mist” Bix Beiderbecke (2/11/1928)
  • “Thou Swell” Ben Selvin & the Broadway Nitelites (2/18/1928)
  • “Together” Paul Whiteman with Jack Fulton (3/10/1928)
  • “My Heart Stood Still” Paul Whiteman & His Orchestra with Al Rinker, Jack Fulton, Charles Gaylord, & Austin Young (3/17/1928)
  • “Ol’ Man River” Paul Whiteman with Bing Crosby (3/31/1928)
  • “Bill” Helen Morgan (4/21/1928)
  • “My Angel (Angela Mia)” Paul Whiteman with Jack Fulton, Charles Gaylord, & Al Rinker (6/30/1928)
  • “Can’t Help Lovin’ Dat Man” Ben Bernie & Vaughn Deleath (6/30/1928)
  • “Sweet Sue, Just You” Ben Pollack with Franklyn Baur (7/28/1928)
  • “Jeannine (I Dream of Lilac Time)” Gene Austin & Nat Shilkret’s Orchestra (9/8/1928)
  • “There’s a Rainbow ‘Round My Shoulder” Al Jolson (10/20/1928)
  • “I Wanna Be Loved by You” Helen Kane with Leonard Joy (11/17/1928)
  • “Sweethearts on Parade” Guy Lombardo & Carmen Lombardo (12/29/1928)

1929

  • “She’s Funny That Way” Gene Austin & Nat Shilkret’s Orchestra (1/12/1929)
  • “Pinetop’s Boogie Woogie” Clarence “Pinetop” Smith (2/9/1929)
  • “Button Up Your Overcoat” Helen Kane (3/23/1929)
  • “Lover, Come Back to Me” Paul Whiteman & His Orchestra with Jack Fulton (4/13/1929)
  • “Mean to Me” Ruth Etting (5/18/1929)
  • “With a Song in My Heart” Leo Reisman with Ran Weeks (5/25/1929)
  • “The Wedding of the Painted Doll” Leo Reisman & Lew Conrad (525/1929)
  • “Louise” Maurice Chevalier & Leonard Joy’s Orchestra (6/8/1929)
  • “Pagan Love Song” Bob Haring & the Copley Plaza Orchestra (6/22/1929)
  • “Little Pal” Al Jolson (8/24/1929)
  • “Great Day” Paul Whiteman with Bing Crosby (12/14/1929)
  • “Without a Song” Paul Whiteman with Bing Crosby (12/21/1929)
  • “More Than You Know” Ruth Etting (12/21/1929)

1930-1939

1930

  • Stardust” Irving Mills (1/4/1930)
  • Happy Days Are Here Again” Benny Meroff & Dusty Rhodes (2/1/1930)
  • “Strike Up the Band” Red Nichols (2/1/1930)
  • St. Louis Blues” Louis Armstrong (2/8/1930)
  • “Exactly Like You” Ruth Etting (5/3/1930)
  • “Ten Cents a Dance” Ruth Etting (5/3/1930)
  • “Dancing with Tears in My Eyes” Nat Shilkret & Lewis James (6/21/1930)
  • “If I Could Be with You One Hour Tonight” McKinney’s Cotton Pickers & George Thomas (8/16/1930)
  • Stardust” Isham Jones (9/13/1930)
  • “My Baby Just Cares for Me” Ted Weems (10/4/1930)
  • Body and Soul” Paul Whiteman with Jack Fulton (10/11/1930)
  • “You’re Driving Me Crazy! (What Did I Do?)” Guy Lombardo & Carmen Lombardo (11/29/1930)

1931

  • I Got Rhythm” Ethel Waters (1/17/1931)
  • “Just a Gigolo” Ted Lewis (1/31/1931)
  • “I Surrender Dear” Gus Arnheim & Bing Crosby (2/21/1931)
  • “Just One More Chance” Bing Crosby & Victor Young’s Orchestra (6/6/1931)
  • “I Found a Million-Dollar Baby in a Five-and-Ten-Cent Store” Fred Waring & Clare Hanlon (7/4/1931)
  • “When the Moon Comes Over the Mountain” Kate Smith (9/12/1931)
  • “Life Is Just a Bowl of Cherries” Rudy Vallee (9/12/1931)
  • As Time Goes By” Rudy Vallee (9/19/1931)
  • Tiger Rag” The Mills Brothers (11/21/1931)
  • Stardust” Louis Armstrong (12/19/1931)

1932

  • “River Stay ‘Way from My Door” Kate Smith & Guy Lombardo’s Orchestra (1/2/1932)
  • “Where the Blue of the Night Meets the Gold of the Day” Bing Crosby (1/16/1932)
  • “Lullaby of the Leaves” George Olsen (5/14/1932)
  • “We Just Couldn’t Say Goodbye” Guy Lombardo & Carmen Lombardo (8/20/1932)
  • “Say It Isn’t So” George Olsen & Paul Small (9/17/1932)
  • “Please” Bing Crosby & Anson Weeks Orchestra (10/8/1932)
  • Brother, Can You Spare a Dime?” Bing Crosby (11/19/1932)
  • “I’ve Got the World on a String” Cab Calloway (11/19/1932)
  • “Willow Weep for Me” Paul Whiteman with Irene Taylor (12/17/1932)

1933

  • “Night and Day” Eddy Duchin (1/1/1933)
  • Stormy Weather (Keeps Rainin' All the Time)” Leo Reisman & Harold Arlen (3/25/1933)
  • “The Gold Diggers’ Song (We’re in the Money)” Dick Powell (6/24/1933)
  • “Shadow Waltz” Bing Crosby with the Jimmy Grier Orchestra (7/1/1933)
  • “Love Is the Sweetest Thing” Ray Noble & Al Bowlly (7/15/1933)
  • “Don’t Blame Me” Charles Agnew & His Stevens Hotel Orchestra with Stanley Jacobsen (8/19/1933)
  • “Easter Parade” Leo Reisman & His Orchestra with Clifton Webb (10/28/1933)
  • “Who’s Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf?” Don Bestor & His Orchestra with Florence Case, Frank Sherryl, & Charles Yontz (10/28/1933)
  • “Yesterdays” Leo Reisman with Frank Luther (11/25/1933)
  • “Did You Ever See a Dream Walking?” Eddy Duchin & Lew Sherwood (12/16/1933)

1934

  • “The Carioca” Enric Madriguera with Patricia Gillmore (2/24/1934)
  • “Little Dutch Mill” Bing Crosby & Jimmy Grier’s Orchestra (3/31/1934)
  • “Cocktails for Two” Duke Ellington & His Orchestra (5/5/1934)
  • “I’ll String Along with You” Ted Fio Rito with Muzzy Marcellino (5/12/1934)
  • “All I Do Is Dream of You” Jan Garber & Fritz Heibron (6/2/1934)
  • “Moonglow” Benny Goodman (6/16/1934)
  • “Love in Bloom” Bing Crosby & Irving Aaronson (8/4/1934)
  • “I Saw Stars” Freddy Martin & Elmer Feldkamp (8/25/1934)
  • “Solitude” Duke Ellington (10/27/1934)
  • “You’re the Top” Paul Whiteman with Peggy Healy & John Hauser (11/24/1934)
  • “Stay As Sweet As You Are” Jimmie Grier & Harry Foster (11/24/1934)
  • “Anything Goes” Paul Whiteman with Ramona Davies (12/22/1934)

1935

  • “When I Grow Too Old to Dream” Glen Gray with Kenny Sargent (2/9/1935)
  • “Lovely to Look At” Eddy Duchin & Lew Sherwood (3/9/1935)
  • “I Won’t Dance” Eddy Duchin & Lew Sherwood (3/9/1935)
  • “Soon” Bing Crosby & George Stoll’s Orchestra (3/16/1935)
  • “East of the Sun and the West of the Moon” Tom Coakley & Carl Ravazza (6/29/1935)
  • “Top Hat, White Tie, and Tails “ Fred Astaire/ Johnny Greer’s Orchestra (8/10/1935)
  • “Will the Circle Be Unbroken (Bye and Bye)” The Carter Family (8/24/1935)
  • “You Are My Lucky Star” Eddy Duchin/ Lew Sherwood (10/19/1935)
  • “Just One of Those Things” Richard Himber & Stuart Allen (11/30/1935)
  • “The Music Goes ‘Round and ‘Round” Tommy Dorsey with Edythe Wright (12/21/1935)

1936

  • “Alone” Tommy Dorsey with Cliff Weston (1/11/1936)
  • “Moon Over Miami” Eddy Duchin & Lew Sherwood (1/11/1936)
  • The Old Folks at Home (Swanee River)” Jimmie Lunceford (2/15/1936)
  • “Let’s Face the Music and Dance” Fred Astaire & Johnny Greer’s Orchestra (3/7/1936)
  • “There’s a Small Hotel” Hal Kemp & Maxine Grey (4/18/1936)
  • “The Glory of Love” Benny Goodman with Helen Ward (5/25/1936)
  • “Is It True What They Say About Dixie” Jimmy Dorsey with Bob Eberly (5/30/1936)
  • “It’s a Sin to Tell a Lie” Thomas “Fats” Waller (6/27/1936)
  • “Until the Real Thing Comes Along” Andy Kirk & Pha Terrell (7/4/1936)
  • “Did I Remember?” Shep Fields & Charles Chester (8/22/1936)
  • “It’s De-Lovely” Eddy Duchin & Jerry Cooper (11/14/1936)
  • “In the Chapel in the Moonlight” Shep Fields (11/12/1936)
  • “Cross Road Blues” Robert Johnson (recorded 11/27/1936)

1937

  • “Goodnight My Love” Benny Goodman with Ella Fitzgerald (1/16/1937)
  • “This Year’s Kisses” Hal Kemp & Skinnay Ennis (2/13/1937)
  • “Marie” Tommy Dorsey & His Orchestra with Jack Leonard (3/13/1937)
  • “Boo Hoo” Guy Lombardo (3/13/1937)
  • “Too Marvelous for Words” Bing Crosby with Jimmy Dorsey’s Orchestra (4/3/1937)
  • “It Looks Like Rain in Cherry Blossom Lane” Guy Lombardo & Lebert Lombardo (5/15/1937)
  • The Old Folks at Home (Swanee River)” Bunny Berigan & His Orchestra (6/19/1937)
  • “A Sailboat in the Moonlight” Guy Lombardo & Carmen Lombardo (6/19/1937)
  • “Whispers in the Dark” Bob Crosby with Kay Weber (8/7/1937)
  • “Nice Work if You Can Get It” Fred Astaire & Ray Noble’s Orchestra (11/13/1937)
  • “The Dipsy Doodle” Tommy Dorsey with Edythe Wright (11/13/1937)

1938

  • “Ti-Pi-Tin” Horace Heidt with Lysbeth Hughes & Larry Cotton (3/5/1938)
  • “Don’t Be That Way” Benny Goodman (3/12/1938)
  • “Love Walked In” Sammy Kaye with Tommy Ryan (3/19/1938)
  • “I Let a Song Go Out of My Heart” Duke Ellington (3/26/1938)
  • “Says My Heart” Red Norvo with Mildred Bailey (6/4/1938)
  • “Music, Maestro, Please!” Tommy Dorsey with Edythe Wright (6/18/1938)
  • “You Go to My Head” Larry Clinton with Bea Wain (7/23/1938)
  • “I’ve Got a Pocketful of Dreams” Bing Crosby & John Scott Trotter’s Orchestra (8/6/1938)
  • “Alexander’s Ragtime Band” Bing Crosby & Connee Boswell with John Scott Trotter’s Orchestra (8/20/1938)
  • “Change Partners” Fred Astaire & Ray Noble’s Orchestra (8/27/1938)
  • “Alexander’s Ragtime Band” Ray Noble (9/10/1938)
  • “Heart and Soul” Larry Clinton & Bea Wain (10/1/1938)
  • “Two Sleepy People” Fats Waller (11/12/1938)
  • “This Can’t Be Love” Benny Goodman with Martha Tilton (12/17/1938)

1939

  • “My Heart Belongs to Daddy” Mary Martin with Eddy Duchin’s Orchestra (1/7/1939)
  • “Sunrise Serenade” Glen Gray (4/8/1939)
  • “And the Angels Sing” Benny Goodman with Martha Tilton (4/22/1939)
  • “Three Little Fishies (Itty Bitty Poo)” Kay Kyser with Harry Babbitt, Ginny Simms, Sully Mason, & Ish Kabibble (5/6/1939)
  • “Wishing Will Make It So” Glenn Miller with Ray Eberle (5/13/1939)
  • “Stairway to the Stars” Glenn Miller with Ray Eberle (6/17/1939)
  • “Moon Love” Glenn Miller with Ray Eberle (7/1/1939)
  • “Over the Rainbow” Glenn Miller with Ray Eberle (8/19/1939)
  • “Over the Rainbow” Larry Clinton & Bea Wain (8/19/1939)
  • “Day in, Day Out” Bob Crosby with Helen Ward (9/2/1939)
  • “Blue Orchids” Glenn Miller with Ray Eberle (9/9/1939)
  • “Over the Rainbow” Bob Crosby with Teddy Grace (9/16/1939)
  • “What’s New?” Bing Crosby (10/12/1939)
  • “Scatter-Brain” Frankie Masters (10/21/1939)
  • “Indian Summer” Tommy Dorsey with Jack Leonard (12/9/1939)

1940-1949

1940

  • “Darn That Dream” Benny Goodman with Mildred Bailey (1/27/1940)
  • “You Are My Sunshine” Jimmie Davis (recorded 2/4/1940)
  • “When You Wish Upon a Star” Glenn Miller (3/2/1940)
  • “Imagination” Glenn Miller (5/11/1940)
  • “The Breeze and I” Jimmy Dorsey with Bob Eberly (5/25/1940)
  • “Sierra Sue” Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter’s Orchestra (7/6/1940)
  • “I’m Nobody’s Baby” Judy Garland (7/20/1940)
  • “Only Forever” Bing Crosby (9/28/1940)
  • “New San Antonio Rose” Bob Wills & His Texas Playboys (11/30/40)

1941

  • “I Hear a Rhapsody” Jimmy Dorsey with Bob Eberly (1/18/1941)
  • “Dancing in the Dark” Artie Shaw & His Orchestra (3/8/1941)
  • “Maria Elena” Jimmy Dorsey/Bob Eberly (5/17/1941)
  • “Green Eyes (Aquellos Ojos Verdes)” Jimmy Dorsey /Bob Eberly/Helen O’Connell (5/17/1941)
  • “Piano Concerto in B Flat’ Freddy Martin with Jack Fina (8/9/1941)
  • “You and I” Glenn Miller (8/39/1941)
  • “I Don’t Want to Set the World on Fire” Horace Heidt/ Larry Cotton/ Donna Wood/ Don Juans (9/13/1941)
  • “Elmer’s Tune” Glenn Miller with Ray Eberle (10/4/1941)
  • “God Bless the Child” Billie Holiday (10/18/1941)
  • “There’ll Be Bluebirds Over the White Cliffs of Dover” Kay Kyser (12/20/1941)

1942

  • “A String of Pearls” Glenn Miller (1/3/1942)
  • “I Don’t Want to Walk without You” Harry James (2/8/1942)
  • “Deep in the Heart of Texas” Ray Alvino with Bill Schallen & Skeets Herfurt (2/14/1942)
  • “Sleepy Lagoon” Harry James (4/18/1942)
  • “Who Wouldn’t Love You” Kay Kyster (4/18/1942)
  • “Praise the Lord and Pass the Ammunition “ Kay Kyser with Glee Club (10/17/1942)
  • White Christmas” Freddy Martin (10/17/1942)
  • White Christmas” Charlie Spivak (11/7/1942)
  • White Christmas” Gordon Jenkins with Bob Carroll (11/14/1942)
  • “I Had the Craziest Dream” Harry James with Helen Forrest (11/21/1942)
  • “Moonlight Becomes You” Bing Crosby (12/12/1942)

1943

  • “Don’t Get Around Much Anymore” The Ink Spots (1/23/1943)
  • “You’d Be So Nice to Come Home To” Dinah Shore (1/23/1943)
  • “Brazil (Aquarela Do Brasil)” Xavier Cugat (1/23/1943)
  • “Comin’ in on a Wing and a Prayer” The Song Spinners (6/19/1943)
  • “Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin’” Bing Crosby with Trudy Erwin & Sportsmen Glee Club (10/9/1943)
  • “My Heart Tells Me (Should I Believe My Heart?)” Glen Gray with Eugenie Baird (11/27/1943)
  • “I’ll Be Home for Christmas” Bing Crosby with the John Scott Trotter Orchestra (12/4/1943)
  • “Jingle Bells” Bing Crosby with the Andrews Sisters & Vic Schoen’s Orchestra (12/25/1943)

1944

  • “Mairzy Doats” The Merry Macs (2/19/1944)
  • “I Love You” Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter’s Orchestra (4/8/1944)
  • “Straighten Up and Fly Right” Nat “King” Cole (4/15/1944)
  • “You Always Hurt the One You Love” The Mills Brothers (6/3/1944)
  • “I’ll Walk Alone” Dinah Shore (7/81944)

1945

  • “I’m Beginning to See the Light” Harry James Orchestra with Kitty Kallen (1/27/1945)
  • “My Funny Valentine” Hal McIntyre with Ruth Gaylor (2/24/1945)
  • “Candy” Johnny Mercer with Jo Stafford & the Pied Pipers (2/24/1945)
  • “Dream (When You’re Feeling Blue)” The Pied Pipers with Paul Weston (3/10/1945)
  • “My Dreams Are Getting Bigger All the Time” Les Brown with Doris Day (3/17/1945)
  • “Laura “ Woody Herman (4/14/1945)
  • “Caldonia Boogie” Louis Jordan & His Tympany Five (5/12/1945)
  • “The More I See You” Dick Haymes (6/9/1945)
  • “If I Loved You” Perry Como with the Russell Case Orchestra (7/28/1945)
  • “It’s Been a Long, Long Time” Bing Crosby /Les Brown Trio (10/13/1945)
  • “I Can’t Begin to Tell You” Bing Crosby with Carmen Cavallaro’s Orchestra (11/24/1945)
  • “Symphony” Freddy Martin with Clyde Rogers (12/1/1945)

1946

  • “Prisoner of Love” Perry Coo (3/30/1946)
  • “Get Your Kicks on Route 66” Nat “King” Cole (6/8/1946)
  • “Five Minutes More” Frank Sinatra (8/3/1946)
  • “Rumors Are Flying” Frankie Carle with Marjorie Hughes (9/21/1946)
  • “Ole Buttermilk Sky” Kay Kyser with Michael Douglas (9/21/1946)
  • “There’s No Business Like Show Business” Ethen Merman (9/30/1946)
  • “The Old Lamplighter” Sammy Kaye with Billy Williams (11/2/1946)
  • “Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah” James Baskett (movie release: 11/12/1946)

1947

  • “The Anniversary Song” Al Jolson (2/15/1947)
  • “Linda” Ray Noble with Buddy Clark (2/15/1947)
  • “That’s My Desire” Frankie Laine (3/22/1947)
  • “Mam’selle” Art Lund (4/19/1947)
  • “Peg O’ My Heart” The Three Suns (6/21/1947)
  • “Peg O’ My Heart” Buddy Clark with Mitchell Ayres (6/28/1947)
  • “Round Midnight” Thelonious Monk (recorded 11/21/1947)
  • “Call It Stormy Monday” T-Bone Walker (11/30/1947)
  • “Santa Claus Is Coming to Town” Bing Crosby with the Andrews Sisters (12/27/1947)

1948

  • “Because” Perry Como (3/13/1948)
  • “You Can’t Be True, Dear” Ken Griffin with Jerry Wayne (4/10/1948)
  • “Woody Woodpecker” Kay Kyser with Gloria Wood (6/9/1948)
  • “You Call Everybody Darlin’” Al Trace with Bob Vincent (6/19/1948)
  • “A Tree in the Meadow” Margaret Whiting (7/14/1948)
  • “It’s Magic” Doris Day (7/17/1948)
  • “On a Slow Boat to China” Kay Kyser with Harry Babbitt and Gloria Wood (10/23/1948)
  • “A Little Bird Told Me” Evelyn Knight (11/20/1948)
  • “I’ve Got My Love to Keep Me Warm” Les Brown (12/25/1948)
  • “Powder Your Face with Sunshine (Smile! Smile! Smile!)” Evelyn Knight & the Stardusters (12/25/1948)

1949

  • “Boogie Chillen’” John Lee Hooker (1/8/1949)
  • “Lovesick Blues” Hank Williams (3/5/1949)
  • “Forever and Ever” Russ Morgan with the Skylarks (3/19/1949)
  • “A – You’re Adorable (The Alphabet Song)” Perry Como with the Fontane Sisters and the Mitchell Ayres Orchestra (4/9/1949)
  • “Baby, It’s Cold Outside” Johnny Mercer with Margaret Whiting (5/14/1949)
  • “Slipping Around” Margaret Whiting with Jimmy Wakely (9/10/1949)
  • “I Can Dream, Can’t I?” The Andrews Sisters with Gordon Jenkins’ Orchestra (9/24/1949)
  • “Mule Train” Frankie Laine & the Muleskinners (11/12/1949)

1950-1959

1950

  • “Chattanoogie Shoe Shine Boy” Red Foley (1/21/1950)
  • “Music! Music! Music!” Teresa Brewer (2/4/1950)
  • “My Foolish Heart” Gordon Jenkins Orchestra with Eileen Wilson (2/18/1950)
  • “If I Knew You Were Coming I’d’ve Baked a Cake” Eileen Barton with New Yorkers (3/11/1950)
  • “La Vie En Rose” Edith Piaf (10/21/1950)

1951

  • “Cold, Cold Heart” Hank Williams (3/17/1951)
  • “Sin (It’s No Sin)” Eddy Howard Orchestra (9/22/1951)

1952

  • “Tenderly” Rosemary Clooney (3/1/1952)
  • “Here in My Heart” Al Martino (5/17/1952)
  • “I Went to Your Wedding” Patti Page (8/30/1952)
  • “Don’t Let the Stars Get in Your Eyes” Perry Como & the Ramblers with Mitchell Ayres’ Orchestra (12/6/1952)
  • “Till I Waltz Again with You” Teresa Brewer with Jack Pleis’ Orchestra (12/13/1952)

1953

  • “I Believe” Frankie Laine (2/21/1953)
  • “I’m Walking Behind You” Eddie Fisher (5/3/1953)
  • “Crying in the Chapel” The Orioles (8/22/1953)
  • “O Mein Papa (Oh My Papa)” Eddie Fisher with Hugo Winterhalter’s Orchestra & Chorus (12/12/1953)

1954

  • “Wanted” Perry Como (3/6/1954)
  • “Hoochie Coochie Man” Muddy Waters (3/13/1954)
  • “Sh-Boo” The Crew-Cuts (7/10/1954)
  • “Hey There” Rosemary Clooney (7/17/1954)
  • “Misty” Erroll Garner Trio (10/23/1954)

1955

  • “Mystery Train” Elvis Presley (7/21/1955)
  • “Mannish Boy” Muddy Waters (7/30/1955)
  • “Memories Are Made of This” Dean Martin (11/21/1955)

1956

  • “The Wayward Wind” Gogi Grant (4/28/1956)
  • “Roll Over Beethoven” Chuck Berry (6/9/1956)
  • “My Prayer (Avant de Mourir)” The Platters (6/29/1956)
  • “Just Walkin’ in the Rain” Johnnie Ray (9/1/1956)
  • “Young Love” Sonny James (12/22/1956)

1957

  • “Come Go with Me” The Dell-Vikings (2/16/1957)
  • “Little Darlin’” The Diamonds (3/16/1957)
  • “Tammy” Debbie Reynolds (7/20/1957)
  • “April Love” Pat Boone (10/26/1957)
  • “Fever” Peggy Lee (12/21/1957)

1958

  • “Don’t” Elvis Presley (1/7/1958)
  • “Who’s Sorry Now?” Connie Francis (2/3/1958)
  • “Good Golly Miss Molly” Little Richard (2/15/1958)
  • “Sweet Little Sixteen” Chuck Berry (2/15/1958)
  • “Book of Love” The Monotones (3/22/1958)
  • “Twilight Time” The Platters (3/24/1958)
  • “The Purple People Eater” Sheb Wooley (5/19/1958)
  • “Yakety Yak” 5/31/1958)
  • “Chantilly Lace” The Big Bopper (8/4/1958)
  • “Bird Dog” The Everly Brothers (8/4/1958)
  • “It’s Only Make Believe” Conway Twitty (9/8/1958)
  • “To Know Him Is to Love Him” The Teddy Bars (9/22/1958)
  • “Lonely Teardrops” Jackie Wilson (11/17/1958)
  • “Donna” Ritchie Valens (11/24/1958)
  • “Sixteen Candles” The Crests (11/24/1958)
  • “The Chipmunk Song” David Seville & the Chipmunks (12/1/1958)

1959

  • “Venus” Frankie Avalon (2/9/1959)
  • “Now and Then There’s a Fool Such As I” Elvis Presley & the Jordanaires (3/10/1959)
  • “Dream Lover” Bobby Darin (4/20/1959)
  • “What a Diff’rence a Day Makes” Dinah Washington (5/9/1959)
  • “There Goes My Baby” The Drifters (6/1/1959)
  • “The Three Bells” The Browns (7/20/1959)

1960-1969

1960

  • “Stuck on You” Elvis Presley (3/23/1960)
  • “I’m Sorry” Brenda Lee (5/30/1960)

1961

  • “Surrender” Elvis Presley (2/7/1961)
  • Blue Moon” The Marcels (3/6/1961)
  • “I Fall to Pieces” Patsy Cline (4/3/1961)
  • “Hit the Road Jack” Ray Charles (9/4/1961)
  • Please Mr. Postman” The Marvelettes (9/4/1961)
  • “Stranger on the Shore” Mr. Acker Bilk (11/30/1961)
  • “The Wanderer” Dion (12/4/1961)

1962

  • “Hey! Baby” Bruce Channel (1/22/1962)
  • “Boom Boom” John Lee Hooker (5/26/1962)
  • “Roses Are Red My Love” Bobby Vinton (6/2/1962)
  • “Breaking Up Is Hard to Do” Neil Sedaka (6/23/1962)
  • “Do You Love Me?” The Contours (8/11/1962)
  • “Telstar” The Tornadoes (8/30/1962)
  • “Monster Mash” Bobby “Boris” Pickett & the Crypt-Kickers (9/1/1962)
  • “Return to Sender” Elvis Presley (9/5/1962)
  • “He’s a Rebel” The Crystals (9/8/1962)
  • “Love Me Do” The Beatles (10/5/1962)
  • “Up on the Roof” The Drifters (11/3/1962)
  • “Hey Paula” Paul & Paula (12/29/1962)

1963

  • “Walk Like a Man” The Four Seasons (1/19/1963)
  • “He’s So Fine” The Chiffons (2/23/1963)
  • “On Broadway” The Drifters (3/16/1963)
  • “Surfin’ U.S.A.” The Beach Boys (3/23/1963)
  • “Da Doo Ron Ron (When He Walked Me Home)” The Crystals (4/20/1963)
  • “Sukiyaki” Kyu Sakamoto (5/4/1963)
  • “It’s My Party” Lesley Gore (5/4/1963)
  • “Fingertips (Part 2)” Little Stevie Wonder (5/21/1963)
  • “Ring of Fire” Johnny Cash (6/1/1963)
  • “Surf City” Jan & Dean (6/15/1963)
  • “Heat Wave” Martha Reeves & The Vandellas (7/10/1963)
  • “Blue Velvet” Bobby Vinton (8/10/1963)
  • “Sugar Shack” Jimmy Gilmer & the Fireballs (9/21/1963)
  • “Dominique” The Singing Nun (11/2/1963)

1964

  • “I Saw Her Standing There” The Beatles (1/13/1964)
  • “My Guy” Mary Wells (3/28/1964)
  • “People” Barbra Streisand (4/4/1964)
  • “Walk on By” Dionne Warwick (4/16/1964)
  • “Chapel of Love” The Dixie Cups (5/2/1964)
  • “Don’t Worry Baby” The Beach Boys (5/23/1964)
  • “The Girl from Ipanema” Stan Getz /Joao Gilberto (6/6/1964)
  • “Under the Boardwalk” The Drifters (6/27/1964)
  • “Do Wah Diddy Diddy” Manfred Mann (7/18/1964)
  • “She’s Not There” The Zombies (7/31/1964)
  • “Baby, I Need Your Loving” The Four Tops (8/15/1964)
  • “Leader of the Pack” The Shangri-La’s (10/10/1964)
  • “Downtown” Petula Clark (11/12/1964)

1965

  • “I Can’t Explain” The Who (1/15/1965)
  • “People Get Ready” The Impressions (2/13/1965)
  • “The Times They Are A-Changin’” Bob Dylan (3/27/1965)
  • “Subterranean Homesick Blues” Bob Dylan (4/3/1965)
  • “Wooly Bully” Sam the Sham & the Pharoahs (4/3/1965)
  • “Ticket to Ride” The Beatles (4/9/1965)
  • “Gloria” Them (5/1/1965)
  • “Get Off of My Cloud” The Rolling Stones (10/2/1965)
  • “We Can Work It Out” The Beatles (12/3/1965)
  • “Day Tripper” The Beatles (12/3/1965)
  • “Michelle” The Beatles (album cut: 12/3/1965)

1966

  • “These Boots Are Made for Walkin’” Nancy Sinatra (1/22/1966)
  • “I Fought the Law” Bobby Fuller Four (1/29/1966)
  • “The Ballad of the Green Berets..SSgt Barry Sadler (2/5/1966)
  • “Good Lovin’” The Young Rascals (3/12/1966)
  • “Eight Miles High” The Byrds (4/2/1966)
  • “Monday Monday” The Mamas & the Papas (49/1966)
  • “Ain’t Too Proud to Beg” The Temptations (5/3/1966)
  • “Wild Thing” The Troggs (5/5/1966)
  • “Paperback Writer” The Beatles (5/30/1966)
  • “Summer in the City” The Lovin’ Spoonful (7/14/1966)
  • “Wouldn’t It Be Nice” The Beach Boys (7/18/1966)
  • “Cherish” The Association (8/27/1966)
  • “96 Tears” ? & the Mysterians (8/27/1966)
  • “Winchester Cathedral” The New Vaudeville Band (9/10/1966)
  • “You Keep Me Hangin’ On” The Supremes (10/29/1966)
  • “Gimme Some Lovin’” Spencer Davis Group (11/3/1966)
  • “Try a Little Tenderness” Otis Redding (12/3/1966)
  • “Hey Joe” The Jimi Hendrix Experience (12/16/1966)

1967

  • “Ruby Tuesday” The Rolling Stones (1/13/1967)
  • “Release Me” Engelbert Humperdinck (1/261967)
  • “I Never Loved a Man the Way I Love You” Aretha Franklin (3/4/1967)
  • “Somethin’ Stupid” Frank Sinatra & Nancy Sinatra (3/18/1967)
  • “Somebody to Love” Jefferson Airplane (4/1/1967)
  • “Groovin’” The Young Rascals (4/22/1967)
  • “Can’t Take My Eyes Off of You” Frankie Valli (5/13/1967)
  • “Windy” The Association (5/27/1967)
  • “San Francisco (Be Sure to Wear Flowers in Your Hair)” Scott McKenzie (5/27/1967)
  • “Up, Up and Away” The Fifth Dimension (6/3/1967)
  • “To Sir with Love” Lulu (9/2/1967)
  • “Soul Man” Sam & Dave (9/9/1967)
  • “I Can See for Miles” The Who (10/7/1967)
  • “Hello Goodbye” The Beatles (11/24/1967)
  • “Chain of Fools” Aretha Franklin (12/9/1967)
  • “The Tears of a Clown” The Miracles (album cut: 8/29/1967, charted 8/1/1970)

1968

  • “Dance to the Music” Sly & the Family Stone (2/10/1968)
  • “This Guy’s in Love with You” Herb Alpert (5/11/1968)
  • “Folsom Prison Blues (live)” Johnny Cash (6/1/1968)
  • “People Got to Be Free” The Rascals (7/13/1968)
  • “I Say a Little Prayer” Aretha Franklin (7/26/1968)
  • “Everybody’s Talkin’” Harry Nilsson (8/3/1968)
  • “The Weight” The Band (8/18/1968)
  • “Harper Valley P.T.A” .Jeannie C. Riley (8/24/1968)
  • “Revolution” The Beatles (8/26/1968)
  • Piece of My Heart” Big Brother & The Holding Company (8/31/1968)
  • “Those Were the Days” Mary Hopkin (9/21/1968)
  • “White Room” Cream (9/28/1968)
  • “Love Child” The Supremes (9/30/1968)
  • “Voodoo Chile (Slight Return)” The Jimi Hendrix Experience (album cut: 10/16/1968, released 10/23/1970)
  • Wichita Lineman” Glen Campbell (11/2/1968)
  • “Stand by Your Man” Tammy Wynette (11/9/1968)
  • “Crimson and Clover” Tommy James & The Shondells (12/14/1968)
  • “Build Me Up Buttercup” The Foundations (12/21/1968)

1969

  • “Time of the Season” The Zombies (2/8/1969)
  • “While My Guitar Gently Weeps” The Beatles (3/8/1969)
  • “The Boxer” Simon & Garfunkel (4/5/1969)
  • “In the Ghetto” Elvis Presley (5/3/1969)
  • “Sweet Caroline” Neil Diamond (6/14/1969)
  • “In the Year 2525 (Exordium & Terminus)” Zager & Evans (6/21/1969)
  • “You Can’t Always Get What You Want” The Rolling Stones (7/4/1969)
  • “A Boy Named Sue (live)” Johnny Cash (7/26/1969)
  • “Suite: Judy Blue Eyes” Crosby, Stills & Nash (10/4/1969)
  • “Someday We’ll Be Together” The Supremes (11/1/1969)
  • “Venus” The Shocking Blue (12/13/1969)
  • “The Thrill Is Gone” B.B. King (12/27/1969)

1970-1979

1970

  • “Thank You Falletinme Be Mice Elf Agin” Sly & the Family Stone (1/3/1970)
  • “Spirit in the Sky” Norman Greenbaum (2/21/1970)
  • “Instant Karma (We All Shine On)” John Lennon (2/21/1970)
  • “Moondance” Van Morrison (3/14/1970)
  • “American Woman” The Guess Who (3/21/1970)
  • “Maybe I’m Amazed” Paul McCartney (4/17/1970)
  • “The Long and Winding Road” (5/11/1970)
  • “Ohio” Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young (6/20/1970)
  • “War” Edwin Starr (7/11/1970)
  • “Get Up, I Feel Like Being a Sex Machine” James Brown (7/18/1970)
  • “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough” Diana Ross (8/8/1970)
  • “We’ve Only Just Begun” Carpenters (9/12/1970)
  • “Iron Man” Black Sabbath (album cut: 9/18/1970, charted 1/29/1972)
  • “I Think I Love You” The Partridge Family (9/26/1970)
  • I Never Promised You a Rose Garden” Lynn Anderson (11/7/1970)

1971

  • “Help Me Make It Through the Night” Sammi Smith (1/16/1971)
  • “Me and Bobby McGee” Janis Joplin (1/30/1971)
  • “How Can You Mend a Broken Heart” Bee Gees (6/19/1971)
  • “Riders on the Storm” The Doors (7/3/1971)
  • “Bang a Gong (Get It On)” T-Rex (7/10/71)
  • “Family Affair” Sly & The Family Stone (11/6/1971)
  • “Life on Mars?” David Bowie (album cut: 12/17/1971, released 6/22/1973)
  • “A Horse with No Name” America (12/18/1971)

1972

  • “Tiny Dancer” Elton John (3/4/1972)
  • “Long Cool Woman in a Black Dress” The Hollies (6/17/1972)
  • “Oh Girl” The Chi-Lites (4/1/1972)
  • “Rocket Man” Elton John (4/14/1972)
  • “Lean on Me” Bill Withers (4/22/1972)
  • “Take It Easy” Eagles (5/20/1972)
  • “School’s Out” Alice Cooper (5/27/1972)
  • “I Can See Clearly Now” (6/24/1972)
  • “All the Young Dudes” Mott the Hoople (8/12/1972)
  • “If You Don’t Know Me By Now” Harold Melvin & the Bluenotes (9/30/1972)

1973

  • “Love Train” The O’Jays (1/13/1973)
  • “Daniel” Elton John (1/20/1973)
  • “Behind Closed Doors” Charlie Rich (2/10/1973)
  • “My Love” Paul McCartney & Wings (3/23/1973)
  • “Ramblin’ Man” The Allman Brothers Band (8/25/1973)
  • “Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door” Bob Dylan (9/1/1973)
  • “The Most Beautiful Girl” Charlie Rich (9/22/1973)
  • “The Joker” Steve Miller Band (10/20/1973)
  • “Living for the City” Stevie Wonder (11/10/1973)
  • “Time in a Bottle” Jim Croce (11/16/1973)

1974

  • “Candle in the Wind” Elton John (2/4/1974)
  • “Band on the Run” Paul McCartney & Wings (4/13/1974)
  • “Waterloo” Abba (3/4/1974)
  • “Rock Your Baby” George McCrae (5/11/1974)
  • “Don’t Let the Sun Go Down on Me” Elton John (5/20/1974)
  • “You Ain’t Seen Nothin’ Yet” Bachman-Turner Overdrive (9/21/1974)
  • “You’re the First, the Last, My Everything” Barry White (11/2/1974)
  • “Mandy” Barry Manilow (11/9/1974)
  • “Best of My Love” Eagles (11/30/1974)
  • “Lady Marmalade” LaBelle (12/14/1974)
  • “You Are So Beautiful” Joe Cocker (12/28/1974)

1975

  • “Fame” David Bowie (2/21/1975)
  • “Philadelphia Freedom” Elton John (2/24/1975)
  • “Tangled Up in Blue” Bob Dylan (3/8/1975)
  • “Autobahn” Kraftwerk (3/15/1975)
  • “Get Down Tonight” KC & the Sunshine Band (3/29/1975)
  • “Rock and Roll All Nite” Kiss (5/17/1975)
  • “Sweet Emotion” Aerosmith (5/19/1975)
  • “Jive Talkin’” Bee Gees (5/24/1975)
  • “Feelings” Morris Albert (5/24/1975)
  • “That’s the Way I Like It” KC & the Sunshine Band (8/2/1975)
  • “Walk This Way” Aerosmith (8/28/1975)
  • “Lyin’ Eyes” Eagles (9/13/1975)
  • “I Write the Songs” Barry Manilow (11/8/1975)
  • “50 Ways to Leave Your Lover” Paul Simon (12/19/1975)
  • “December 1963 (Oh What a Night)” The Four Seasons (12/27/1975)

1976

  • “Blitzkrieg Bop” Ramones (2/28/1976)
  • “Rhiannon (Will You Ever Win)” Fleetwood Mac (3/6/1976)
  • “Fernando” Abba (3/27/1976)
  • “Silly Love Songs” Paul McCartney & Wings (4/1/1976)
  • “You Should Be Dancing” Bee Gees (7/2/1976)
  • “Don’t Fear the Reaper” Blue Oyster Cult (7/31/1976)
  • “Torn Between Two Lovers” Mary MacGregor (11/20/1976)
  • “Night Moves” Bob Seger & the Silver Bullet Band (12/4/1976)
  • “Evergreen (Love Theme from ‘A Star Is Born’)” Barbra Streisand (12/11/1976)

1977

  • “Lucille” Kenny Rogers (1/29/1977)
  • “When I Need You” Leo Sayer (2/26/1977)
  • “Disco Inferno” The Trammps (3/5/1977)
  • “Margaritaville” Jimmy Buffett (3/26/1977)
  • “Don’t Stop” Fleetwood Mac (4/30/1977)
  • “Nobody Does It Better” Carly Simon (7/16/1977)
  • “Brick House” Commodores (8/27/1977)
  • “Blue Bayou” Linda Ronstadt (9/10/1977)
  • “Mull of Kintyre” Paul McCartney & Wings (11/11/1977)

1978

  • “Wuthering Heights” Kate Bush (1/6/1978)
  • “Dust in the Wind” Kansas (1/28/1978)
  • “Psycho Killer” Talking Heads (2/18/1978)
  • Roxanne” The Police (4/7/1978)
  • “Rivers of Babylon” Boney M (4/29/1978)
  • “Rock Lobster” The B-52’s (4/30/1978)
  • “Miss You” The Rolling Stones (5/10/1978)
  • “Wonderful Tonight” Eric Clapton (5/13/1978)
  • “Last Dance” Donna Summer (5/13/1978)
  • “Kiss You All Over” Exile (7/8/1978)
  • “Summer Nights” Olivia Newton-John & John Travolta (8/5/1978)
  • “Paradise by the Dashboard Light” Meat Loaf (8/12/1978)
  • “Teenage Kicks” The Undertones (10/21/1978)
  • “You Don’t Bring Me Flowers” Neil Diamond & Barbra Streisand (10/27/1978)
  • “I Wanna Be Sedated” Ramones (album cut: 9/21/1978)
  • “The Gambler” Kenny Rogers (11/4/1978)
  • “Too Much Heaven” Bee Gees (11/10/1978)
  • “September” Earth, Wind & Fire (11/18/1978)

1979

  • “What a Fool Believes” The Doobie Brothers (1/20/1979)
  • “Tragedy” Bee Gees (2/2/1979)
  • “Reunited” Peaches & Herb (3/17/1979)
  • “I Want You to Want Me (live)” Cheap Trick (4/21/1979)
  • “Ring My Bell” Anita Ward (5/12/1979)
  • “Born to Be Alive” Patrick Hernandez (6/9/1979)
  • “The Devil Went Down to Georgia” Charlie Daniels Band (6/23/1979)
  • “Highway to Hell” AC/DC (7/27/1979)
  • “Cars” Gary Numan (8/21/1979)
  • “Video Killed the Radio Star” The Buggles (9/10/1979)
  • Babe” Styx (9/28/1979)
  • “Heartache Tonight” Eagles (9/28/1979)
  • “Escape (The Pina Colada Song)” Rupert Holmes (10/20/1979)
  • “Rock with You” Michael Jackson (11/3/1979)

1980-1989

1980

  • “What I Like About You” The Romantics (2/16/1980)
  • “The Rose” Bette Midler (3/22/1980)
  • “He Stopped Loving Her Today” George Jones (4/12/1980)
  • “Theme from “New York, New York”“ Frank Sinatra (5/3/1980)
  • “It’s Still Rock and Roll to Me” Billy Joel (5/13/1980)
  • “Magic” Olivia Newton-John (5/23/1980)
  • “Sailing” Christopher Cross (6/14/1980)
  • “Whip It” Devo (8/13/1980)
  • “Woman in Love” Barbra Streisand (8/29/1980)
  • “The Tide Is High” Blondie (11/8/1980)
  • “Keep on Loving You” REO Speedwagon (11/29/1980)

1981

  • “Woman” John Lennon (1/9/1981)
  • “Angel of the Morning” Juice Newton (2/21/1981)
  • “Slow Hand” The Pointer Sisters (5/30/1981)
  • “Ghost Town” The Specials (6/20/1981)
  • “Super Freak” Rick James (8/1/1981)
  • “Arthur’s Theme (Best That You Can Do)” Christopher Cross (8/15/1981)
  • “Our Lips Are Sealed” The Go-Go’s (8/15/1981)
  • “Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic” The Police (9/25/1981)
  • “Waiting for a Girl Like You” Foreigner (10/2/1981)
  • “Under Pressure” Queen with David Bowie (10/26/1981)
  • “I Can’t Go for That (No Can Do)” Daryl Hall & John Oates (11/13/1981)

1982

  • Open Arms” Journey (1/15/1982)
  • “Rosanna” Toto (4/17/1982)
  • Hungry Like the Wolf” Duran Duran (5/15/1982)
  • “Abracadabra” Steve Miller Band (5/29/1982)
  • “Hard to Say I’m Sorry” Chicago (6/5/1982)
  • “Should I Stay or Should I Go” The Clash (6/5/1982)
  • Jack and Diane” John Cougar (6/26/1982)
  • “Truly” Lionel Richie (10/9/1982)

1983

  • “Little Red Corvette” Prince (2/9/1983)
  • “Sunday Bloody Sunday” U2 (3/11/1983)
  • “Let’s Dance” David Bowie (3/17/1983)
  • “I Melt with You” Modern English (3/26/1983)
  • “True” Spandau Ballet (4/23/1983)
  • “Radio Free Europe” R.E.M. (5/21/1983)
  • “Red Red Wine” UB40 (8/20/1983)
  • “Uptown Girl” Billy Joel (9/24/1983)
  • “This Charming Man” The Smiths (10/31/1983)
  • “99 Red Balloons” Nena (12/10/1983)

1984

  • “Two Tribes” Frankie Goes to Hollywood (6/18/1984)
  • “Let’s Go Crazy” Prince & the Revolution (7/18/1984)
  • “How Soon Is Now?” The Smiths (8/24/1984)
  • “The Boys of Summer” Don Henley (11/10/1984)
  • “Shout” Tears for Fears (11/23/1984)
  • “You Spin Me Around Like a Record” Dead or Alive (12/1/1984)
  • “Summer of ‘69” Bryan Adams (12/8/1984)

1985

  • “Crazy for You” Madonna (3/1/1985)
  • “The Power of Love” Huey Lewis & the News (6/28/1985)
  • “Running Up That Hill” Kate Bush (8/5/1985)
  • “How Will I Know” Whitney Houston (11/13/1985)

1986

  • “Addicted to Love” Robert Palmer (2/8/1986)
  • “Greatest Love of All” Whitney Houston (3/18/1986)
  • “On My Own” Patti LaBelle/ Michael McDonald (3/22/1986)
  • “Papa Don’t Preach” Madonna (6/11/1986)
  • “Higher Love” Steve Winwood (6/14/1986)
  • “There Is a Light That Never Goes Out” The Smiths (album cut: 6/16/1986, released 10/12/1992)
  • “In Your Eyes’ Peter Gabriel (6/21/1986)
  • “Don’t Dream It’s Over” Crowded House (12/31/1986)

1987

  • “Sign ‘O’ the Times” Prince (2/18/1987)
  • “Where the Streets Have No Name” U2 (4/4/1987)
  • “Here I Go Again” Whitesnake (5/30/1987)
  • “La Bamba” Los Lobos (6/27/1987)
  • “The One I Love” R.E.M. (9/5/1987)
  • “It’s the End of the World As We Know It (And I Feel Fine)” R.E.M. (9/5/1987)
  • “Mony Mony (live)” Billy Idol (9/11/1987)
  • “Need You Tonight” INXS (9/23/1987)
  • “Just Like Heaven” The Cure (10/5/1987)
  • “Push It” Salt-N-Pepa (11/21/1987)

1988

  • “Roll with It” Steve Winwood (6/11/1988)
  • “Kokomo” The Beach Boys (7/23/1988)
  • “A Groovy Kind of Love” Phil Collins (9/2/1988)
  • “Every Rose Has Its Thorn” Poison (10/12/1988)
  • “There She Goes” The La’s (10/31/1988)
  • “Straight Up” Paula Abdul (12/3/1988)
  • “Wild Thing” Tone Loc (12/3/1988)
  • “The Living Years” Mike + the Mechanics (12/31/1988)

1989

  • “One” Metallica (1/10/1989)
  • “Eternal Flame” Bangles (2/3/1989)
  • “Free Fallin’” Tom Petty (5/6/1989)
  • “Right Here Waiting” Richard Marx (6/30/1989)
  • “Bust a Move” Young M.C. (7/15/1989)

1990-1999

1990

  • “Enjoy the Silence” Depeche Mode (2/5/1990)
  • “It Must Have Been Love” Roxette (4/6/1990)
  • “Groove Is in the Heart” Deee-Lite (8/18/1990)
  • “Love Takes Time” Mariah Carey (9/9/1990)
  • “Because I Love You (The Postman’s Song)” Stevie B (10/6/1990)
  • “Gonna Make You Sweat” C + C Music Factory (11/17/1990)
  • “Someday” Mariah Carey (12/21/1990)

1991

  • “Wind of Change” The Scorpions (1/20/1991)
  • “Unfinished Sympathy” Massive Attack (2/11/1991)
  • “More Than Words” Extreme (3/2/1991)
  • “Rush Rush” Paula Abdul (5/2/1991)
  • “I’m Too Sexy” Right Said Fred (7/27/1991)
  • “When a Man Loves a Woman” Michael Bolton (8/31/1991)
  • “Beauty and the Beast” Celine Dion /Peabo Bryson (11/6/1991)

1992

  • “Achy Breaky Heart” Billy Ray Cyrus (4/4/1992)
  • “Jump Around” House of Pain (6/27/1992)
  • “Nuthin’ But a ‘G’ Thang” Dr. Dre /Snoop Doggy Dogg (11/19/1992)

1993

  • “Informer” Snow (1/9/1993)
  • “Can’t Help Falling in Love” UB40 (5/1/1993)
  • “All That She Wants” Ace of Base (5/8/1993)
  • “Whoomp! There It Is” Tag Team (5/221993)
  • “All for Love” Bryan Adams with Sting & Rod Stewart (11/19/1993)
  • “The Power of Love” Celine Dion (11/27/1993)

1994

  • “Stay (I Missed You)” Lisa Loeb & Nine Stories (4/22/1994)
  • “Can You Feel the Love Tonight” Elton John (5/20/1994)
  • “Basket Case” Green Day (7/16/1994)
  • “Circle of Life” Elton John (8/27/1994)
  • “On Bended Knee” Boyz II Men (11/1/1994)

1995

  • “This Is How We Do It” Montell Jordan (2/11/1995)
  • “One of Us” Joan Osborne (2/21/1995)
  • “Have You Ever Really Loved a Woman?” Bryan Adams (4/4/1995)
  • “Back for Good” Take That (4/8/1995)
  • “I’ll Be There for You” The Rembrandts (5/1/1995)
  • “Exhale (Shoop Shoop)” Whitney Houston (11/3/1995)
  • “1979” Smashing Pumpkins (11/25/1995)
  • “California Love” Tupac Shakur (2pac) with Dr. Dre & Roger Troutman (12/28/1995)

1996

  • “Give Me One Reason” Tracy Chapman (1/20/1996)
  • “Don’t Look Back in Anger” Oasis (2/19/1996)
  • “You Learn” Alanis Morissette (2/24/1996)
  • “Champagne Supernova” Oasis (2/24/1996)
  • “Killing Me Softly” Fugees (3/2/1996)
  • “Change the World” Eric Clapton (6/14/1996)
  • “It’s All Coming Back to Me Now” Celine Dion (7/30/1996)
  • “One Headlight” The Wallflowers (10/5/1996)
  • “No Diggity” Blackstreet with Dr. Dre (10/12/1996)
  • “You Were Meant for Me” Jewel (11/1/1996)

1997

  • “Sunny Came Home” Shawn Colvin (2/1/1997)
  • “Song 2” Blur (4/7/1997)
  • “Paranoid Android” Radiohead (5/26/1997)
  • “Fly” Sugar Ray with Super Cat (6/17/1997)
  • “Good Riddance (Time of My Life)” Green Day (11/29/1997)
  • “Gettin’ Jiggy Wit It” Will Smith (12/12/1997)

1998

  • “Ray of Light” Madonna (5/9/1998)
  • “Doo Wop (That Thing)” Lauryn Hill (10/3/1998)
  • “Every Morning” Sugar Ray (12/12/1998)
  • “My Name Is” Eminem (12/27/1998)

1999

  • “I Want It That Way” Backstreet Boys (4/24/1999)
  • “All Star” Smash Mouth (5/8/1999)
  • “Genie in a Bottle” Christina Aguilera (5/21/1999)
  • “I Knew I Loved You” Savage Garden (9/28/1999)
  • “Breathe” Faith Hill (10/9/1999)
  • “Say My Name” Destiny’s Child (12/4/1999)
  • “Maria Maria” Santana with the Product G&B (12/17/1999)

2000-2009

2000

  • “Oops!...I Did It Again” Britney Spears (3/27/2000)
  • “With Arms Wide Open” Creed (4/8/2000)
  • “Bent” Matchbox 20 (4/21/2000)
  • “The Real Slim Shady” Eminem (5/6/2000)
  • “Hanging by a Moment” Lifehouse (8/16/2000)
  • “It Wasn’t Me” Shaggy with Ricardo “Rik Rok” Ducent (10/27/2000)
  • “Angel” Shaggy with Rayvon (12/30/2000)

2001

  • “All for You” Janet Jackson (3/92001)
  • “Family Affair” Mary J. Blige (6/12/2001)
  • “In the End” Linkin Park (8/25/2001)
  • “U Got It Bad” Usher (9/4/2001)
  • “Get the Party Started” Pink (10/9/2001)
  • “Whenever, Wherever” Shakira (10/27/2001)
  • “Last Nite” The Strokes (11/1/2001)

2002

  • “A Thousand Miles” Vanessa Carlton (2/22/2002)
  • “Don’t Know Why” Norah Jones (5/25/2002)
  • “Work It” Missy “Misdemeanor” Elliott (9/14/2002)
  • “Ignition (remix)” R. Kelly (11/2/2002)
  • “Beautiful” Christina Aguilera (11/15/2002)

2003

  • Bring Me to Life” Evanescence with Paul McCoy (1/25/2003)
  • “Baby Boy” Beyoncé with Sean Paul (7/5/2003)
  • “Here Without You” 3 Doors Down (8/8/2003)

2004

  • “This Love” Matchbox 20 (1/27/2004)
  • “Burn” Usher (3/13/2004)
  • “99 Problems” Jay-Z (4/24/2004)
  • “Live Like You Were Dying” Tim McGraw (6/5/2004)
  • “Goodies” Ciara with Petey Pablo (6/19/2004)
  • “Let’s Get It Started” Black Eyed Peas (6/22/2004)
  • “She Will Be Loved” (7/2/2004)
  • “American Idiot” Green Day (8/21/2004)
  • “Drop It Like It’s Hot” Snoop Dogg with Pharrell Williams (9/11/2004)
  • “Vertigo” U2 (10/3/2004)

2005

  • “Candy Shop” 50 Cent with Olivia (1/29/2005)
  • “Don’t Cha” The Pussycat Dolls with Busta Rhymes (4/29/2005)
  • “Feel Good Inc.” Gorillaz with De La Soul (4/30/2005)
  • “Wake Me Up When September Ends” Green Day (6/13/2005)
  • “Run It!” Chris Brown with Juelz Santana (7/9/2005)
  • “My Humps” Black Eyed Peas (8/19/2005)
  • Be Without You” Mary J. Blige (9/15/2005)
  • “I Bet You Look Good on the Dance Floor” Arctic Monkeys (10/9/2005)
  • “Check on It” Beyoncé with Slim Thug & Bun B (11/4/2005)
  • “Hung Up” Madonna (10/17/2005)

2006

  • “S.O.S. (Rescue Me)” Rihanna (2/3/2006)
  • Before He Cheats” Carrie Underwood (2/18/2006)
  • “Dani California” Red Hot Chili Peppers (4/4/2006)
  • “Lips of an Angel” Hinder (4/22/2006)
  • “My Love” Justin Timberlake with T.I. (9/3/2006)
  • “Say It Right” Nelly Furtado (11/5/2006)
  • “What Goes Around…Comes Around” Justin Timberlake (12/3/2006)

2007

  • “Don’t Matter” Akon (2/3/2007)
  • “Girlfriend” Avril Lavigne (2/27/2007)
  • “Bubbly” Colbie Caillat (5/15/2007)
  • “Beautiful Girls” Sean Kingston (5/27/2007)
  • “The Way I Are” Timbaland with Keri Hilson & D.O.E. (6/10/2007)
  • “Love Song” Sara Bareilles (6/19/2007)
  • “Don’t Stop the Music” Rihanna (9/7/2007)
  • “With You” Chris Brown” (12/4/2007)

2008

  • Paper Planes” MIA (2/11/2008)
  • “Love in This Club” Usher (2/23/2008)
  • “4 Minutes” Madonna with Justin Timberlake (3/17/2008)
  • “Take a Bow” Rihanna (3/23/2008)
  • “All Summer Long” Kid Rock (4/5/2008)
  • “Whatever You Like” T.I. (7/29/2008)
  • “So What” Pink (8/17/2008)
  • “Sex on Fire” Kings of Leon (9/6/2008)
  • “Live Your Life” T.I. with Rihanna (9/27/2008)

2009

  • “Halo” Beyoncé (1/20/2009)
  • “Paparazzi” Lady Gaga (1/31/2009)
  • “Down” Jay Sean & Lil Wayne (7/18/2009)
  • “Party in the U.S.A.” Miley Cyrus (8/9/2009)
  • “Sexy Bitch (aka ‘Sexy Chick’)” David Guetta & Akon (8/15/2009)
  • “Firelflies” Owl City (8/22/2009)
  • “Telephone” Lady Gaga & Beyoncé (11/29/2009)

2010-2019

2010

  • Baby” Justin Bieber with Ludacris (1/18/2010)
  • “Rude Boy” (1/30/2010)
  • “Airplanes” B.o.B. with Hayley Williams (4/13/2010)
  • “Not Afraid” Eminem (4/29/2010)
  • “DJ Got Us Falling in Love” Usher & Pitbull (6/25/2010)
  • “Teenage Dream” Katy Perry (7/23/2010)
  • “Pumped Up Kicks” Foster the People (9/14/2010)
  • “Raise Your Glass” Pink (10/6/2010)
  • “What’s My Name?” Rihanna & Drake (10/24/2010)

2011

  • “On the Floor” Jennifer Lopez with Pitbull (2/8/2011)
  • “Set Fire to the Rain” Adele (3/12/2011)
  • “Super Bass” Nicki Minaj (5/8/2011)
  • “Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.)” Katy Perry (6/6/2011)
  • “Niggas in Paris” Jay-Z & Kanye West (8/27/2011)
  • “What Makes You Beautiful” One Direction (9/11/2011)
  • “Stronger (What Doesn’t Kill You)” Kelly Clarkson (11/12/2011)

2012

  • “Some Nights” Fun. (3/10/2012)
  • “Whistle” Flo Rida (4/24/2012)
  • “I Knew You Were Trouble” Taylor Swift (10/8/2012)
  • “When I Was Your Man” Bruno Mars (12/22/2012)
  • “Stay” Rihanna with Mikky Ekko (12/22/2012)

2013

  • “Demons” Imagine Dragons (1/26/2013)
  • “Mirrors” Justin Timberlake (2/11/2013)
  • “Pompeii” Bastille (2/22/2013)

2014

  • “Rather Be” Clean Bandit with Jess Glynne (1/17/2014)
  • “Problem” Ariana Grande with Iggy Azalea (4/28/2014)
  • “Bailando” Enrique Iglesias with Descemer Bueno & Gente de Zona (4/28/2014)
  • “Bang Bang” Jessie J with Ariana Grande & Nicki Minaj (7/29/2014)
  • “Shut Up and Dance” Walk the Moon (9/10/2014)
  • “Trap Queen” Fetty Wap (12/15/2014)
  • “Earned It (Fifty Shades of Grey)” The Weeknd (12/23/2014)

2015

  • “Want to Want Me” Jason Derulo (3/9/2015)
  • “Stitches” Shawn Mendes (3/15/2015)
  • “I Took a Pill in Ibiza” Mike Posner (7/24/2015)
  • “Panda” Desiigner (12/15/2015)

2016

  • “Don’t Let Me Down” The Chainsmokers with Daya (2/5/2016)
  • “Work from Home” Fifth Harmony with Ty Dolla $ign (2/26/2016)
  • “Ride” Twenty One Pilots (4/2/2016)
  • “This Is What You Came For” Calvin Harris with Rihanna (4/29/2016)
  • “Heathens” Twenty One Pilots (6/16/2016)
  • “Cold Water” Major Jazer with Justin Bieber & MØ (7/21/2016)
  • “Say You Won’t Let Go” James Arthur (9/9/2016)
  • “Black Beatles” Rae Sremmurd with Gucci Mane (9/13/2016)
  • “24K Magic” Bruno Mars (10/7/2016)
  • “Bad and Boujee” Migos with Lil Uzi Vert (10/28/2016)
  • “Congratulations” Post Malone & Quavo (12/31/2016)

2017

  • “Believer” Imagine Dragons (1/31/2017)
  • “Feel It Still” Portugal. The Man. (3/3/2017)
  • “Attention” Charlie Puth (4/21/2017)
  • “Thunder” Imagine Dragons (4/27/2017)
  • “I’m the One” DJ Khaled with Justin Bieber, Quavo, Chance the Rapper, & Lil Wayne (4/28/2017)
  • “Wild Thoughts” DJ Khaled with Rihanna & Bryson Tiller (6/16/2017)
  • “New Rules’ Dua Lipa (7/15/2007)
  • “Look What You Made Me Do” Taylor Swift (8/24/2017)
  • “Truth Hurts” Lizzo (9/19/2017)
  • “Meant to Be” Bebe Rexha & Florida Georgia Line (10/24/2017)

2018

  • “The Middle” Zedd with Maren Morris & Grey (1/23/2018)
  • “Psycho” Post Malone with Ty Dolla $ign (2/23/2018)
  • “Sad!” XXXtentacion (3/2/2018)
  • “Nice for What” Drake (4/6/2018)
  • “This Is America” Childish Gambino (5/5/2018)
  • “High Hopes” Panic! At the Disco (5/23/2018)
  • “Happier” Marshmello with Bastille (8/17/2018)
  • “Sicko Mode” Travis Scott with Drake (8/18/2018)
  • “Without Me” Halsey (10/4/2018)
  • “Someone You Loved” Lewis Capaldi (11/8/2018)

2019

  • “Sucker” Jonas Brothers (3/1/2019)
  • “I Don’t Care” Ed Sheeran with Justin Bieber (5/10/2019)

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